If you’re looking to experience some holiday cheer, you can find it through the end of the month at some incredible — and award-winning! — holiday displays across the city.
Forget the generic gingerbread house. These local ways to bring holiday cheer into your own home are crafty, creative, customized, decorative, and delicious!
Guests at Hook Hall’s Park View Farmer’s Market will shop from vendors offering a range from candles to ceramics, jewelry to honey, and cookies to hot sauce.
Folger Consort’s Christmas concert is a beloved DC tradition each year. 2020’s concert — a virtual seasonal celebration — allows guests to watch in the comfort of their homes, and on a range of dates… at any time they choose.
There will be all of the caroling, spooky ghosts, and holiday happiness you’re used to in this tale of transformation and redemption.. on the radio!
The festive wonder of holiday lights is one of the best parts of the holiday season, and DC has so many
great displays to help you get in the spirit!
Here’s a safe tradition that can brighten your 2020 holidays. The Yards is bringing back Light Yards for its fifth year at The Yards Park!
Take a sneak peek with Editor, K Street Kate inside the Downtown Holiday Market before it opens to the public! The Market returns to the nation’s capital for a 16th year bigger than ever and complete with new health and safety protocols, filling two entire… Read More
Santa isn’t sneaking around this year. The countdown to Christmas has… already happened. And it continues at Proper 21 daily through Wednesday, December 23, 2020.
Food & Friends’ annual community-based fundraiser, Slice of Life, is underway.